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Subtropical islands from a north-south chain with Bisayne Bay on the west and the Atlantic Ocean on the east. In 1992 the park suffered extensive damage to its mangrove shoreline...
This famous castle was built by one man, Ed Leedskalnin, as a testament to the lost love of his life. It contains over 1,100 tons of rock and is a magnificent work of art.
Over 500 species of fruits, herbs, nuts and spices in this 35 acre park.
The park is a cluster of seven small keys, with less than 40 acres of dry land. Fort Jefferson is the largest all-masonry fortification in the Western world, built in 1846-1866 to...
This is the largest remaining subtropical wilderness in the coterminous United States and has extensive fresh and saltwater areas, open Everglades prairies, and mangrove forests....
This lush Amazon rain forest is full of exotic monkeys from over 5,000 species in their natural habitat.
This zoo houses more than 700 species of wild animals on 740 acres of land. The only zoo in the continental US located in a subtropical climate.
Train rides, model trains and displays for old and young alike.
This arts and history museum displays collections of art and artifacts of the Black heritage from around the world and tribal artifacts from Africa and New Guinea. Terracotta's...
Over 420 acres of endangered natural areas, artifacts of the Richwood Cottage which dates back to 1896 and the former home of Charles Deering.
This aeronautics museum located inside the Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport displays aircraft, engines, instruments and propellers.
Collections of contemporary paintings, prints, sculpture, photography, fibre, video, electronic media, 16th to 19th century engravings, etchings and lithographs are all exhibited...
Purely Newborn photography offers modern photography of newborns and maternity photography in Miami Beach. As South Florida's renown newborn photographer, they pride themselves as...